|The History of Linux in GIT Repository Format 1992-2010|
From Yoann Padioleau, a merging of various GIT repositories containing the full history of the Linux Kernel from 0.01 to 2.6. From his description: It's built from 3 other git repositories: - the one from Dave Jones from 0.01 to 2.4.0, - the one from tglx from 2.4.0 to 2.6.12, - the one from Linus Torvalds from 2.6.12 to now. I used the "graft" feature of git (thanks to Junio and people on #git for the tip) to link them together...
Keywords: Linux; GIT Repository; Linux History; Code History; Kernel history
|Digital Tipping Point: Novell Chairman Jack Messman 02 - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. In this particular segment Jack Messman finishes his sentence from the previous segment, in which he says that he feels that the Linux desktop will start to gain attention in 2005 or 2006. Jack also talks about Novell's plans to grow its revenue with open source. He says that much of Novell's revenue was historically tied to the NetWare operating system...
Keywords: Jack Messman; Messman, Jack; Novell's history; Novell NetWare; business models for open source; Nat Friedman; Friedman, Nat; Miguel de Icaza; de Icaza, Miguel; Novell ZEN; SuSE Linux history with Novell; Microsoft Exchange; Novell Evolution; Mono project and Novell; Evolution project and Novell; Novell and Linux; Novell and Ximian; Ximian and Novell
|Digital Tipping Point: Novell Chairman Jack Messman 03 - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. This particular segment continues with Jack Messman picking up where he left of in the previous segment, 002, talking about Hovell's decision to buy SuSE Linux. This is a very interesting segment, and IMHO, it is the most interesting of Jack's segments up to this point in the interview. Jack says that Novel was peeved that SCO was claiming that some of its (SCO's) proprietary Unix code had sh...
Keywords: Jack Messman; Messman, Jack; SCO, and Novell's SuSE Linux; Novell's history; SuSE Linux history with Novell; Microsoft; SuSE; Linux; guerillas; 900 lb gorilla; disruptive technology; collective innoivation; SourceForge; Novell and GNOME, KDE; business models for open source; Linux as collective innovation; desktop and open source; Novell versus Microsoft; march up market; good enough
|Digital Tipping Point: Maria Winslow, open source biz guru 05 - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. In this particular segment, Maria continues with her brief history of Linux and GNU. She tells the newbie audience that Linux is the "core" of the software, and that GNU is a collection of substantial tools that completes the operating system. (I'm paraphrasing). Next, Maria gives a nice, snappy, short definition of Clayton Christensen's "disruptive technology" concept...
Keywords: Maria Winslow; Winslow, Maria; Christensen, Clayton; Clayton Christensen; disruptive innovation; disruptive technology; good enough; low-end disruption; Microsoft Windows as a disruptive technology; emerging markets; Microsoft versus Unix; Apache and Linux; march up market; disruptive technologies, safe harber for; Stallman, Richard; Richard Stallman; Torvalds, Linus; Linus Torvalds; GNU and Linux; Linux and GNU; customers too small for market leader; Microsoft history; Linux history; cheaper; tape 177